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Hello beautiful people! Welcome to Food & Wine Pro's weekly Communal Table podcast. Chefs and restaurant workers take great care of everyone else, but often they need a little help themselves. Each week, Food & Wine’s senior editor Kat Kinsman talks with hospitality pros about how they manage their business, brain, and body for the long haul. Some of our very special guests include Samin Nosrat, Angie Mar, Seamus Mullen, David Chang, Pete Wells, and more. Subscribe now.
 
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Kat is still recovering so we're bringing you another previously Patreon exclusive episode. This time it's one of our Square Metre of Murder "minisodes" even though it's not that short! We're working to get new episodes recorded this week so stay tuned and enjoy! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Today…
 
This week we’re doing things a little bit different than usual. Kat had a rough go over the last week and ended up in the hospital for a bit. She’s back home now but she’s busy resting up so we’re going to rerelase one of our £10+ Patreon bonus episodes to everyone this week so she can keep recuperating. Currently our £10+ patrons are just our moms…
 
In this final episode of season 3 we both tell a story!! Kat discusses Paul Bateson (actor from the Exorcist) and I cover The Phantom of Heilbronn. We will be taking a 2 week break to get ourselves ready for season 4. Stay tuned! Resources: https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/movies/a23724262/paul-bateson-the-exorcist-murderer-true-story/ https:/…
 
For most of us the lottery is just a pipe dream. But for Jerry and Marge Selbee the lottery wasn’t just a dream, it was a career: they won millions using math. Get ready for an amazing story of two high-school-sweetheart-retirees making the kind of money most of us only dream about! And since this isn't exactly the story of a crime, let us know wha…
 
In this week's episode Ashley talks about the 12 vile vortices located around the world! Going into detail about the crazy occurrences, possible explanations and where they are all located. Join us as we explore the dark side of humanity! Resources: http://cbattle.com/the-twelve-devils-graveyards-around-the-world https://www.ranker.com/list/vile-vo…
 
The kidnapping of June Robles rocked the nation in 1934. The six-year-old from Tuscon, Arizona was abducted on her way home from school one afternoon and held for ransom. Her kidnappers and whereabouts remained unknown for weeks. And then a strange tip led to a huge break in the case. This unique kidnapping story has a happy ending, but still remai…
 
Like many of us, Nigella Lawson has spent the last 13 months hunkered at home, in an endless cycle of cooking, eating, washing up (reluctantly), and doing it all again just hours later. Unlike the rest of us, she's adapted her practices into a glorious cookbook—called Cook, Eat, Repeat—that celebrates and elevates this cycle into something contempl…
 
We're living in a golden age of Preeti Mistry and the world is so much more delicious for it. The Juhu Beach Club chef, cookbook author, speaker, and podcaster (among other things) can currently be seen teaching kids and puppets alike about the marvelous universe of herbs and spices on the Netflix show Waffles and Mochi; heard on their new podcast …
 
In this week's episode Kat does a really deep dive into the bizarre missing persons case of Brandon Lawson. The case remains unsolved to this day. Come join us as we explore the dark side of humanity. References: http://www.missingbrandonlawson.com/ https://www.facebook.com/helpfindbrandonlawson/ Crawlspace Podcast https://player.fm/series/crawlspa…
 
In 1954 Marilyn Reese Sheppard was brutally murdered in her home in Bay Village, Ohio an upscale suburb of Cleveland. If you take the media’s word for it, her killer was none other than her husband, Sam Sheppard. But the case isn’t as simple as it seems, and even three trials spanning 50 years weren’t able to come to a definite conclusion. This wee…
 
In this week's episode Ashley discusses the murder of Georgette Bauerdorf. Her murder has been unsolved for 77 years. It has a very small tie to the Black Dahlia murder. Join us as we discuss the murder, beers, life and more! Sources: https://www.georgettebauerdorf.com https://morbidology.com/a-hollywood-crime-georgette-bauerdorf/ https://amp.reddi…
 
We're back with another Scottish case! This time we're talking about the Salisbury Crags Murder from 1970s Edinburgh. In late September 1972, 21-year-old Ernest Dumoulin and his 18-year-old German fiance Helga Konrad eloped to Scotland. Despite not having Helga's parents' permission to marry, the two seemed like every other young couple in love. Bu…
 
When chef Sam Fore sees something she can fix, she jumps in to help. As the restaurant industry was devastated by COVID-19, she joined The LEE Initiative to help make sure that workers were being fed—and help create a system where the whole community could benefit in the long term. That's just who she is as a person, but it wasn't until recently th…
 
In this episode Kat explores the background of the Black Dahlia-- who she was, how she ended up in California, her murder and so much more. Join us as we explore the dark side of humanity. References: PODCASTS The Root of Evil The Black Dahlia & The Blue Dahlia REFERENCES https://stevehodel.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Dahlia https://bl…
 
We've come to our last spooky crime to round out our month of ghostly episodes! Today we're taking on one of the oldest cases we've ever covered, going all the way back to 1662. Listen in as we look at the haunting of Isabell Binnington, what little information has survived the sands of time, and what her story says about the history of England! Al…
 
This week we take a hard right turn into the realm of Vampires! In 1890s Rhode Island, Mercy Brown's death and her brother's mysterious illness sparked a whole town's belief in vampires. This week we uncover the truth behind this supernatural panic, dabble in some interesting medical history, and talk about this case's lasting impact on popular cul…
 
When it comes to calling out cruddy behavior, chef Sam Fore has never been afraid to speak her mind. Growing up as a first-generation Sri Lankan American in North Carolina, she had a supportive community (and a mom who always warned her about how her mouth would get her in trouble—not that she listened) but outside of it, she began to question why …
 
In this episode Kat discusses Harold the Doll. One of the most haunted dolls in the world. People often say they feel sick or have bad things happen after researching him. And don't you dare laugh at him! Join us as we explore the dark side of humanity! References: https://studyparanormal.wordpress.com/2015/10/18/harold-the-haunted-doll-an-infamous…
 
This week we have another murder with a spectral twist. The story of the Greenbriar Ghost has it all: murder, secrets, people named after fish, high collared dresses, and oh yeah, a ghost leading everyone to her killer. In 1890s West Virginia the ghost of Elva Zone Heaster popped up to say she'd been murdered and figured heavily in the killer's tri…
 
Pinky Cole has always known that she would lead an extraordinary life. As a girl growing up in East Baltimore, she wasn't sure what form that would take, but when her friends were outside playing, she was setting goals for herself, like "earn my first million by age 30." Which she did. Next goal—a billion by 40. She's got time. The restaurateur and…
 
The "Bennington Triangle" is a name given by paranormal author Joseph A. Citro to denote an area of southwestern Vermont within which as many as ten people have disappeared between 1920 and 1950. This "mystery triangle" centered around Glastenbury Mountain, includes some or most of the area of the towns immediately surrounding it, especially Bennin…
 
This week we kick off a month of spooky true crime content with the story of the Hammersmith Ghost! This ghost hunt in 1803 London ended with murder. And the repercussions from that case were still being felt in English law over 180 years later. This one was super fun to record and even gave us a new merch design idea so be sure to stay tuned for t…
 
When city planner and architect Adrian Lipscombe visited a cafe in La Crosse, Wisconsin for a business meeting, little did she know she'd end up moving her family up all the way from Austin, Texas, running the cafe herself, and revitalizing a whole section of the city. And if running a restaurant during a pandemic isn't a full-time-plus job, Lipsco…
 
Kat discusses the creepy Isle of Dead Dolls located in the channels of Xochimilco, south of the center of Mexico City. Below are links to the references should you want to look into any of them and our Facebook page will have tons of pictures! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xochimilco https://abcnews.go.com/Travel/photos/creepy-doll-island-possessed…
 
This week we're heading back to 1860 for another historic murder case! We're talking about the case of Constance Kent. This one is filled with jealousy, class disputes, early policing and a smattering of religion thrown in for good measure. If you'd like a monthly roundup of what we're up to you can sign up for our newsletter! And be sure to check …
 
The day Matt Jennings woke up on his bathroom floor, he knew something had to change, or else he'd die. Five years later, the chef and cookbook author is sober, happy, healthy, and on a mission to help other people in the industry find their way forward—even if it looks nothing like they'd imagined. Jennings joined Communal Table to talk about the …
 
We are back with part 2 of our take on notorious serial killer HH Holmes. Last week we told you about his early life and crimes and this week we take a closer look at what happened next. We discuss the infamous "Murder Castle" which may not have been as sinister as it was made out to be. We pick apart how the press at the time kept upping Holmes' b…
 
The day after Vinny Eng was named as one of Food & Wine's 2019 Somms of the Year, he said his thank yous for the accolade, then promptly announced that he was stepping away from the industry for a while to work on a political campaign. For those who know Vinny, this wasn't a surprise, because the industry veteran has always made it his business to …
 
This week we're celebrating one whole year since we started the podcast! For this very exciting occasion we decided to dive into a case we've been wanting to cover for a while: Chicago's devil, H.H. Holmes. In part one of this two part episode we cover Holmes's early life, his endless schemes, how he ended up in Chicago, the construction of his inf…
 
In this week's episode, Kat is joined by Sarah, our unofficial 3rd host, since our Ashley is out with some serious dental pain! Send her your good vibes, y'all! Kat tells us the story of Margaretta Peter, a 28-year-old, 19th-century religious zealot whose captivating charm and domineering presence inspired a town to do unthinkable acts. Kat lets he…
 
Little did she know at the time she was writing it, but Anita Lo's Solo: A Modern Cookbook for a Party of One became, for many, the ideal guide for this time in history. The 2001 Food & Wine Best New Chef and much-lauded chef, author, and TV personality joined Communal Table from her home on Long Island to talk about the ever-changing role of chefs…
 
Even the most seemingly respectable orphanages and adoption companies can be a front for child tracking rings, and today we’re going to tell you the story of one such organisation: The Tennessee Children’s Home Society, sometimes known as the Georgia Tann Children’s Home. The Tennessee Children's Home Society began as a non-profit orphanage in 1897…
 
When Claudette Zepeda was at her most stressed-out, as she puts it, "my neck went away." Her shoulders were in a permanent state of hunch and she'd been advised at a new job to bring her "knives and anti-anxiety medication." But she learned along the way to advocate for herself, for people who'd always been marginalized in the world of food, and fo…
 
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